Longreach Tourist Park

Caravan Park

3.2 from 209 users


Longreach Tourist Park welcomes all travellers. Whether you want to roll out a swag and sleep under the stars or put your feet up in one of our air-conditioned open planned or double bedroom luxury villas, we have you covered. Throughout the park we have spacious drive-thru sites, some with ensuites, some with slabs and some with both. We can accommodate everybody from the smallest two man tent to the largest luxury RV. Please let us know your site preference at the time of reservation. Longreach Tourist Park facilities include; three large amenities blocks, four conveniently placed laundries, multiple free BBQ area's, a fully equipped camp kitchen and two swimming pools. The Woolshed Restaurant will reopen for the 2021 Season. Our seasonal restaurant, The Woolshed, makes for a lovely night out. The Woolshed's deck is the perfect spot to enjoy an afternoon drink while watching the sun set over Longreach. You can either dine on the deck under the stars or join us inside for a delicious al a carte meal. The Woolshed plays host to a variety of entertainers who perform throughout the season,

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Lat: -23.442874 Lng: 144.264589

User Reviews



We stayed in this park a few nights ago. Booked for three nights at $45 pn. Almost no trees throughout a massive site. Sadly most caravans were placed at the furthest away points to reception. The ambiance of the site was poor with amenities basic but functional. The new Manager told us she had been brought in to improve the site. Let's hope she can by looking at how to provide more shade and maybe some pads and inviting picnic areas for folks to mix and mingle ?? It is expensive for what it is but not too many other options when it is 37 degrees plus and you need a powered site for your a/c



Stayed 2 nights with 3 dogs, red gravel drive through site, that's all that was on offer due to the off season, gets a bit squishy when more ppl turn up, amenities older but clean. Pool is great and refreshing. Unfortunately one of my dogs was sick as she kept eating the gravel as no grass but is ok now. As I was in a camper trailer with no air con, sitting outside at night was not comfortable with all the bugs crawling around, not CP fault just the outback. Most expensive park we have stayed in so far $45 per night for 1adult, 3 dogs power and water


User 799379

Park is very big. Drive through sites amenities clean. Seniors discount make sure you ask or you will be charged full price. Red gravel but there is some grass around for your dog. Close to town. Will stay again


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